S02-EP05 - Gary Gerstle on police power and paranoia in US politics, plus we talk Uganda.

This week we talk about two presidential elections - Uganda, where the long-standing incumbent faces a new kind of challenge, and the US, where the primary season keeps throwing up surprises. Our special guest is Gary Gerstle, author of a new history of American government Liberty and Coercion, to take us through the long background to the deep tensions currently on display. He tells us where anti-government feeling in America comes from and why he still has hope. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy